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Partnerships and LLCs vs. S Corporations - How Many Tax Differences Remain?

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Many practitioners think of S corporations as corporations that are taxed for the most part like partnerships. Although the Subchapter S Revision Act of 1982 significantly reduced the federal income tax differences, and the Small Business Jobs Protection Act of 1996 eliminated many others, there are still some important differences. In fact, its probably most reasonable to view them as very different entities that share a few similar, but far from identical, characteristics. Join Mark J. Patrick, CPA from Nichols Patrick for a Plain English discussion on these differences.This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions either during or after the event.

Learning Objectives

Compare and contrast choice of entityConsider entity formation tax effectsUnderstand entity taxation and basis issues Recognize important tax differences of entity selection

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Learning Format 2 Hours
Webcast / Webinar

Credit Type(s)
Taxes

Knowledge Level
Basic